Did you try selecting the graphic in the frame, perhaps with the white Direct Selection tool, and nudging the graphic to one side a bit?
The object is relatively small and the text is left aligned.
It would be a better flow with a bigger object and justified text.
Adobe has the same issue, as you can see in the official helpfile - no.4 on this page: Learn how to wrap text around objects in InDesign
Compare with the example of no. 3 !
I think I'd rather use "bounding box".
Thanks, I tried this and I still have the offset.
Thanks. I am still figuring out the ins and outs of all the command options, I was able to overlay a path, but I am not there yet. I don't understand why it starts with a bias to one side given it is a round object. That seems just wrong to me. I now see there are more things I can do. I am guessing it was not meant to be used with small objects. I will play with the menus and look for tutorials. I think I should be able to figure out something, thanks again!
Bingo! Thanks, changing the way the paragraph text was aligned fixed it. I used a setting that tried to sort of justify the text on the right side, not by changing the spacing, but by splitting words, to make it a little less ragged. I assume that gave the Wrap Text command a built in bias. Changing to Align Top seems to have cleared that. I am still trying to find all the menus...
And you point out the object is kinda small, that I am asking it to wrap around too small an object, a very good point.
I like the program, it lets me do great things, I just have an awful lot to learn, thanks to all who were willing to offer suggestions.